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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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The city of Berkeley will enact an opt-out policy to switch all Berkeley businesses to a 100% renewable energy-sourced utility plan beginning in October.
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The city of Berkeley will enact an opt-out policy to switch all Berkeley businesses to a 100% renewable energy-sourced utility plan beginning in October.
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Berkeley City College has approved an initiative to waive fall 2022 fees for incoming and continuing in-state students enrolled in a minimum of three units.
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Berkeley City College has approved an initiative to waive fall 2022 fees for incoming and continuing in-state students enrolled in a minimum of three units.
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The current CPI for the Bay Area is 6.8%, while nationally it is 9.1%. This has led to cost increases in many areas, primarily food, fuel and energy.
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The current CPI for the Bay Area is 6.8%, while nationally it is 9.1%. This has led to cost increases in many areas, primarily food, fuel and energy.
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Berkeley Police Department, or BPD, will enforce double-parking violations on the 2500 block of Durant Avenue between the hours of 7-11 p.m. from May 6-7 in an attempt to increase accessibility and safety, as first reported by Berkeleyside. 
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Berkeley Police Department, or BPD, will enforce double-parking violations on the 2500 block of Durant Avenue between the hours of 7-11 p.m. from May 6-7 in an attempt to increase accessibility and safety, as first reported by Berkeleyside. 
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As visitors step through the gates of the Karl Linn Community Garden, the hustle and bustle of city life fall away, replaced by birdsong and humming bees.
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As visitors step through the gates of the Karl Linn Community Garden, the hustle and bustle of city life fall away, replaced by birdsong and humming bees.
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The city of Berkeley, UC Berkeley and the Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, planned several events in honor of Black History Month.
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The city of Berkeley, UC Berkeley and the Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, planned several events in honor of Black History Month.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Thursday a long-term strategy for COVID-19 centered around monitoring new variants and stockpiling resources while expecting disease transmission to continue. 
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Thursday a long-term strategy for COVID-19 centered around monitoring new variants and stockpiling resources while expecting disease transmission to continue. 
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Following the retraction of California’s indoor mask mandate, businesses in Berkeley will be able to establish their own mask rules for fully vaccinated individuals starting Wednesday.
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Following the retraction of California’s indoor mask mandate, businesses in Berkeley will be able to establish their own mask rules for fully vaccinated individuals starting Wednesday.
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The Biden Administration is making 400 million N95 masks widely available for free nationwide, according to a White House statement. The administration is also leveraging the federal retail pharmacy program and the federal community health centers around the country to make these free masks, provided by the Strategic National Stockpile, accessible, the statement said. 
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The Biden Administration is making 400 million N95 masks widely available for free nationwide, according to a White House statement. The administration is also leveraging the federal retail pharmacy program and the federal community health centers around the country to make these free masks, provided by the Strategic National Stockpile, accessible, the statement said. 
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The City of Berkeley announced today that beginning Dec. 30, masks will be required in all indoor public settings, regardless of vaccination status. 
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The City of Berkeley announced today that beginning Dec. 30, masks will be required in all indoor public settings, regardless of vaccination status. 
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